Les Almadies, Dakar, Senegal | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Dakar

    Do you think Africa knows who the Kardashians are?

    A travel blog entry by liz_singanong on Jul 24, 2014

    ... use of toilet paper.

    20. Costco.

    21. Target.

    22. Customer service.

    23. American shopping with fixed prices.

    24. Washing machines and dryers.

    25. Warm showers.

    8 days until I can stick my head under a faucet and drink as much water as my little, Asian heart desires!

    The Gambia river and bright lights of Dakar

    A travel blog entry by nickyloo on Apr 11, 2014

    33 photos

    ... later after requesting conversations with the majority of our female passengers they took their pick. Luckily for the girls the officials were happy enough to receive contact details (albeit fake ones) for now and they were spared actually having to say their vows.

    So with our stamps safely in our passports and the sun fast setting we pulled up for our final bush camp. Rather than heading for the tourist packed beaches we went ...

    Tabaski in Senegal

    A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Oct 30, 2013

    59 photos

    ... clubs a bit, which was fun. The locals love to dance and it is a trip to watch them. Most of the clubs have mirrors on the dance floor and some of the locals would literally dance in front of the mirrors all by themselves. They loved to watch themselves dance. I got to meet some really amazing people outside of the camp as well. I became friends with a Peace Corp volunteer who taught me a bit about Senegal and the different types of languages ...

    Bienvenue au Dakar!

    A travel blog entry by helpingsenegal on Sep 16, 2012

    10 photos

    ... national sport here). No idea how – it’s ‘well hot’ (Tom). With Tabaski, the celebration of Abraham’s sacrifice, coming up, there are goats everywhere being fattened up! Many were being washed in the sea, some being dragged, digging their heels in! We walked along to the fish market which was quite smelly and showed the poverty of Dakar. There’s litter everywhere and old worn out fishing boats that were once brightly painted. Lots of ...

    Nous Sommes Ici

    A travel blog entry by kellyrose on Jun 17, 2012

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    ... the different types of languages that we will be all learning, in addition to French, of course. If you were able to test out of French with at least an intermediate level then you are able to start taking your second language right away, otherwise you must take six weeks of French and then continue on to the second language. I was lucky enough to test out of French and start with Pulaar right away. I would normally want to work more on my French, because I hope to become fluent while I ...